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Dominic Rock is a deep rock starting at 37 meter and filled with gorgonians and whip corals.
|Name Dive Site:||Dominique Rock|
|Depth: ||5-40m (16-131ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||wallacea_dive_cruise|
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Dominique Rock, also spelled Dominic Rock and Dominique Rock, is a rocky formation outside the barrier reef, which runs along almost all the north coast of the Togian islands. We leave the bottom of the reef wall at a depth of 17 meter and follow the sandy bottom in between massive rocks, where we frequently spot giant groupers. The last rock, at a depth of 30 meter, makes a wall on its outside part falling in the deep blue, from where tunas and schools of jacks are coming up. We then follow the top of this rock that forms a flat platform covered with colorful soft corals, sponges and splendid huge gorgonians. The dive then goes back to the reef wall that we follow, getting slowly up, until the lagoon where we finish the dive.
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